I am a sport and exercise science student at Birmingham Universtiy. I really love apllying theoretical knowledge of how the body works to sporting situations. So hope that my tutorials will allow you to enjoy PE in the same way.
I have a passion for dance, whilst particpating in classes for over 15 years I have also taught younger pupils. Therefore I have experience teaching and have gained skills such as patience and good communication.
At College I acted as a guide for PE and supported the first years in the lead up to exams by sharing my revision techniques and subject knowledge.
What to expect:
I will use a variety of different ways such as diagrams, repition, looking at mark schemes and many more, to ensure that you are condifent in answering any exam question thrown at you.
I want the session to best suit you. It's crucial to me you feel comfortable whilst learning (revision techniques differ for everyone).
Physical Education is so much fun and a lot can be achieved if it is enjoyable.
Please ask me any questions, I will be happy to answer!
|Physical Education||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Physical Education||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|English Literature and Language||A-Level||C|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
Please get in touch for more detailed availability
Helen (Parent) November 14 2016
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